Custom Bots (Sdk)

Custom Bots // Sdk

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Oct 2, 2001, 7:55pm
Ever have a really good idea for a bot and not be able to implement it because you weren't a programmer? Need something done in your world but don't know how? Send me an email describing your idea, and I'll see what we can work out. I will charge for the bots, but the price will be determined on a case-by-case basis depending on complexity.



Oct 2, 2001, 11:14pm
I want a bot that will make cheese!


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Oct 4, 2001, 5:18am
*wonders if Lanezeri still does them for free*

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Oct 4, 2001, 9:18am
Depends on the type of bot.. I refuse to do Paintball bots.. if it is a bot
I've already created you'll have to talk to Builderz about getting it.. but
if it isn't a hard bot I'll do it for free.. but a huge bot like a networked
world controller bot, with millions of commands.. you'll be charged..


Lead Bot Programmer at Stuff-X

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Oct 9, 2001, 11:01pm
why pay for a bot when other people make them for free??? that's just STUPID


Oct 10, 2001, 1:08pm
So on the same thought ....

Q. Why buy commercial software when there are perfectly good alternatives
available as freeware ...

A. Because the freeware versions are invariably inferior.


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Oct 10, 2001, 6:09pm
other ppl write bots for free, but generally out of their own fantasy, and
the bot *THEY* want to write, not the bot someone else needs written... if
you need a special, or very complicated bot, it's just natural that the
author would like to be payed. You don't seem to be a programmer, but I am,
even though I stick mainly to VB (one of the easyer languages to develop in,
also faster to write stuff as there are a lot of "shorcuts"), I do put many,
many hours into the applications I write (including thinking up features,
brainstorming for ideas, etc)


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Oct 11, 2001, 10:52pm
sorry if i offended you! really, there are many people that would make one
of the more simple bots for free. why pay? BTW I do agree with grimble to
some point

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